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Ehlers' Fisher Transform
The Fisher Transform indicator is based Stocks and Commodities Magazine article, "Using the Fisher Transform" by John Ehlers published on November 2002. It is supposed to become a main turning point indicator.
With clear turning points and a quick response time, the Fisher Transform uses the suggestion that you can develop almost a Gaussian probability density function by normalizing price or an indicator (for example, RSI) and referring the Fisher Transform while prices don't provide a normal or Gaussian probability density function. It is that well-known "bell-shaped curve."
You can use the resulting peak fluctuations to determine price reversals rather definitely.